Over the summer Texthelp launched a good service called Fluency Tutor for Google. At the time of its launch Fluency Tutor was only available as a Chrome Web App. The service is now available to students as an Android app too. Fluency Tutor for Google allows teachers to share selected reading passages with their students. […]
Alphabet Organizer is a free Android app produced by Read Write Think for the purpose of helping students learn the alphabet and learn new words. When you first open the app you will be asked to create a user profile. Multiple profiles can be created on the same installation of the app. Creating a profile […]
Fun4Kids is a developer of educational Android apps for children that are three to seven years old. Fun4Kids offers more than fifty apps for learning basic mathematics, reading, and spelling. While browsing through the gallery of Fun4Kids apps you will also find some memory games and puzzle games. A couple of the Fun4Kids apps that […]
I really enjoy reading books on my Nexus 7 tablet. The tablet fits in one hand and I never lose my place in the books that I’m reading through Google Play Books. Today, I learned that the latest update to Google Play Books for Android includes a read aloud option. To activate the read aloud […]
Learn to Read is a nice Android app that does exactly what its name indicates. On Learn to Read students are shown a word like “cat,” shown a couple of sentences that use the word, and then have to select that word from a word bank. Students can have the words and sentences read to […]
Parts of this post originally appeared on my other blog, FreeTech4Teachers.com. Google Keep is a great Android app for writing short notes and setting...
There are certainly many more solid apps available for Android tablets than there were a few years, yet there are still many times when someone will ask me if...